List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Broads Bog Horse Bog
Broad Bog
Broad Bog
Broad Bog
Mr Mitchell Yair.
Mr Mathieson Williamhope
A Anderson Senr [Senior] shepherd
A Anderson Junr [Junior] shepherd
007.11 This name refers to a soft and damp ground with numerous little springs, on a slope, between the Three Brethren and the Black Dale, where one of the feeders of the Saughie Sike has its source.
Yair Hope Yair Hope
Mr Mitchell Yair.
Mr Thomas Millar Burnhead
Mr A Rodgers Sunderland.
County Map.
007.11 A valley which is formed by the Craig Hill and Black Dale, it has received this name from the Yair Burn which has its source there and divides this valley from East to West.
Saughie Sike Saughie Sike R Pringle Esqr Broadmeadows
Mr Mitchell Yair
Mr Thomas Millar Burnhead
007.11 A small stream which has its source at the foot of the Three Brethren and flows in a north easterly direction into the Yair Burn. The number of bushes and kind of willow trees growing on its banks have given rise to its name

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Parish of Selkirk -- Sheet 7 No 11 -- Trace 5 & 6 -- Collected by H Sharban

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